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Tips for parents

Symphony of life.

Life is like a Symphony, and we each instrument playing its own unique role in this wonderful piece of music. No tool can play a melody written for the other. Each is important and necessary to achieve harmony.

If we? As tools, we are playing our tune, we do not agree with other tools, we create disharmony impede the harmonious fulfillment of worldly Symphony. If the instrument loses the notes on which to play, and forgets that he has to do it, then most likely he will be to play along with others.

But this game will be its unique party. He will not find true happiness and joy, singing parts written for other. If the instrument is upset, then any party he euphonic to do you can. The tool you need to do to set up for their party. Do you know your party? Do you keep her? Not whether you sing off-key?

Bird on branch.

Once tired, the bird landed on a branch. She enjoyed his safety and opened to her view. She sang and played with other birds. But before she could get used to this branch, to reliable support underfoot and security, as a strong wind blew and began to shake the branch from side to side with such force. That it seemed she might break. But the bird didn’t care because I knew two important truths. First, even if the branches and never will be, she will Continue reading

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